With a strong record of experience and achievement we strive to meet and exceed client expectation by delivering high quality solutions that exhibit innovative design excellence.
Fundamental to the successful delivery of our projects is a clear understanding of the client's brief, aspirations and objectives. This informs the analysis of the context and form of the project and is vital, irrespective of scale or budget.
The initial concept design process aims to identify and maximise opportunities and fully explore a range of design options enabling selection of the optimum scheme solution. Close collaboration with users, stakeholders and clients is key to the successful outcome of this process.
Knowledge and expertise which has been gained from previous projects is combined with current thinking, fresh ideas and new concepts to produce innovative 21st century bespoke solutions that are not only aesthetically pleasing but which are developed with function, value and buildability at the forefront of the creative process.
Our enthusiastic team of architects, technologists, technicians and interior designers is complemented by our building services design engineers, building and quantity surveyors. This team approach ensures budget, programme and whole life considerations are observed from the outset.
Sustainability is inherent in our ethos and approach and we are able to provide advice on material selection, construction systems and techniques, energy conservation, alternative energy sources and energy consumption.
Our award-winning design excellence is coupled with our technical expertise and commercial awareness to provide clients with buildings which exceed expectation.
Bailey Partnerships scheme for John Ball Primary School in Blackheath has been shortlisted for two LABC design excellence awards for London, Best Education Building and Best Accessibility Award. MORE...
Bailey Partnership are well prepared ahead of the 4th of April 2016 deadline for all centrally procured government construction projects to be delivered using Building Information Modelling, or BIM at a minimum of Level 2. MORE...